WFMC Jams was in Tuscumbia, Alabama for the 2nd Annual May Day In July Music Fest - Knock Out Cancer, standing with those that were sick showing them that Nobody Fights Alone. In an effort to raise money and awareness for the Russel Hill Cancer Foundation, the event Located in Spring Park, the 12 hour event featured music all day, vendors, food court, Former Alabama Football Champ that went NFL, Pink Heals Central Alabama, and much more.
WFMC Jams and Alabama Jams live streamed the music portion of the event as well as interviews with artists and Pink Heals Central Alabama, a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) with the mission to provide communities with a program that supports people in need on a personal level in partnership with public safety and local businesses.
Interviews from the May Day event can be found here
Photo highlights from the Park Theater on 2-07-2020 with Bébé le Strange.
Bébé le Strange is Nashville’s hot, premier, ultimate HEART tribute band.
Each highly talented member is world traveled with an impressive number of years of experience and skill. The band is known for their monster vocals and musicianship. Combined with unceasing stellar performances, this has aided to create a solid foundation for this fabulous tribute to HEART. "We always look forward to captivating the crowd with the music of HEART. Taking everyone on a musical journey back in time, Bébé le Strange recreates the phenomenal songs of the 70s, 80s and 90s that are still loved by loyal Heart fans around the world! We are here to keep the light shining, to keep it alive, so their incredible music continues to live on,” says Shareen Ann King, who portrays Ann Wilson. No HEART fan will be left disappointed once they experience their highly energetic, power-packed, amazing show!
Highlights from the 2nd Annual Songwriter Competition at Grinder House Coffee in Crossville, TN.
The 2nd Annual Songwriter Competition was an epic night. More than 2/3rds of the registered artist were from right here in Crossville. Check out the Live Stream of the entire show by WCTE PBS. Earl Patton and James Crowley, both from Crossville, won the night's event and Stuart Bell and Robby Meyers are representing as alternates.
The Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival was a two day event from October 25th to 26th with a spotlight on writers in the Muscle Shoals area. The event was hosted by the Muscle Shoals Songwriters Association. The Muscle Shoals Songwriters Association’s goal is to bring new platforms to Muscle Shoals, Alabama for future singers, songwriters, musicians and music business professionals. Established in 2019, the MSSA values the importance of music creators and music lovers. The Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival is the MSSA’s first ever project.
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